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Discipline is ‘Self-Discipline’.


A school must be a place where students feel a sense of safety, where respectful and relationships are formed.

The key function of Discipline in school is important as it promotes positive student behaviours in support of learning and growth. As a school is a place for students to learn and grow, positive behaviours will enable students to learn and develop well. Behaviours and learning cannot be separated.

Discipline Policy:

A whole-school approach on consequence management and education is the basis of the school’s discipline policy in the management of student behaviours. The focus is on educating students to be respectful and responsible individuals while getting them to take responsibility for their actions through facing appropriate consequences. The school will work actively with parents as partners to address students’ undesirable behaviour(s).